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the clinton presidential library will begin to release 33,000 pages of records that were withheld until last year because of legal provisions. the records are expected to include memos to then president bill clinton from his advisers and perhaps memos from the first lady's office. what will these papers tell us as hillary clinton decides whether or not to run in 2016? joining me now, chris sill list saturd za and susan page, washington bureau chief for usa today. chris, let me start with you. >> sure. >> what don't we know about the clintons that the papers might reveal? >> i feel we don't know what we might know. one thing that's important is to put this in context. we recently had the release of lots of documents rerelated to a close investigation with scott walker in wisconsin. we had a lot of documents and more documents released in addition to chris christie's administration, closing of some lanes in ft. lee, new jersey, these are not documents related to a specific event. these are documents from the years that the clintons were in the white house. that doesn't -- what we don't know is
said to have a net worth of $6 billion. >> the clinton presidential library to release 5,000 pages of documents from the clinton white house, including confidential advice given to the president and communications with the first lady. the documents will be posted on line by the national archives. our white house correspondent mike viqueira watching all of the comings and goings from washington. >> a lot of these documents you think would be released a long time ago, 12 years since the president leaves office, some of these could be withheld because they deal with confidential advice from aides that had to do with deliberations over cabinet appointments, things of that nature. that time line expired about 13 months ago, and the white house had to sign off on a lot of this and they have now. all told over the next couple of weeks, they're going to get 28,000 documentses, del, 5,000 released today. they're said to include such issues as health care, of course hillary rodham clinton at first lady instrumental in developing the clintons health care proposal early in the first term. it c
. so sorry for that. the clinton library is releases thousands of pages ever documents, let's hope i'm a fast reader. we'll have an exclusive first interview in those documents set for release and the first tv interview also with the head of planned parent hood since that group released a new strategy for the mid-term election cycle. we're going to crunch the numbers on all of your reporting on student debt crisis and put the tough questions to a big voice in that fight, kirsten gillibrand, first our headlines. >> set to be released today, the first of more than 30,000 pages of documents from bill clinton's presidency. >> the documents are expected to include confidential communications between the former president and his advisers and may also include communications with former first lady hillary rodham clinton. >> a verdict has come down in the trial of kennedy. >> they came back with a verdict. >> i really did have great, great lawyers and most people don't have access to that. >> ukraine's ousted president speaking out from russia, told reporters he intends to continue fighting f
nation," we get a never before seen look inside the clinton white house. nearly 5,000 pages of unreleased documents will be out in hours. they include confidential communications with the first lady. mark murray will join us for the first read on that. >>> and this -- >> i didn't have a dad in the house. and i was angry about it, even though i didn't necessarily realize it at the time. i made bad choices. i got high without always thinking about the harm that it could do. >> new reaction to those personal words from president obama. he made them yesterday at that event. folks are still talking about it. we'll get our team back on this conversation to find out how you turn those words into action. >>> and it's been a tradition to offer discounts to people flying because of a death in their family. now one airline says it is no longer going to offer those bereavement fares. it's our "news nation" gut check. is it a heartless move? go to our twitter page to talk to us or our team. we'll be right back. cut! [bell rings] this...is jane. her long day on set starts with shoulder pain... ...and a
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bill clinton, for example. i think it is interesting obamacare actually cuts both ways. it is issue that will motivated the republican base a great deal. it is also motivating the democratic base. it is very well thought of and very supported among the democratic party base. it would be guess whose base is more motivate? if i had to guess the anger on the right will be more than the support on the left. jon: ron fournier, nina easton, thank you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. jenna: we'll take you now live to the white house. the first lady gets ready to announce a proposal by the fda to make major changes to the nutrition fact labels on all packaged foods of the you see secretary sebelius up there talking about this announcement today. elizabeth prann is live with more. we're waiting on word from the white house. what can we expect. >> reporter: we expect to hear from the first lady like you said who will formally announcing label changes. it will however not happen overnight, could be some time, even years before we see the gradual change. there are about 700,000 products that n
. >> secret documents released. thousands of records from bill clinton's presidential library available for the public. some indicated an early effort to make wife hillary a political power house. >> the fall out over a nation's antigay law. >> 911 calls from the traffic jam at george washington bridge were made public on friday. hours of dispatch tapes showed frustration by drivers, police officers and emergency responders struggling after a former aid to governor chris christie shut down the bridge. it was retaliation against the town's mayor who didn't support chris christie. they were told that lanes were closed because of a traffic study, which never existed. >> >> governor chris christie has apologised for the lane clearance saying he was not involved in the incident. numerous people lost their jobs and have been indicted since the investigation began. >> they were kept secret for 13 years. details of the clinton presidency are being revealed. more than 4,000 documents were released on friday. some of the records come from then first lady hillary clinton's office. they humanize hi
. the politics lead. flashback friday. withheld pages from the clinton presidency is released and shines new light on hillary clinton. >>> and the buried lead. actor seth rogen calls out washington, d.c., for not calling out something that is important. seth rogen live on "the lead" today. good afternoon, everyone. i'm jake tapper. we're going to begin, of course, with the world lead and armed men who may be tied to the russian military who have seized control of two airports in the ukraine. we're also hearing that as many as 20 russian marines armed with machine guns have surrounded a tv station in crimea, southern ukraine, although for right now they remain outside of the building. marines were called in to keep the building secure. this, as the country's ousted president emerged from the shadows today and came out swinging against his political opponents. a defiant viktor yanukovych made an appearance under russian presence saying that he's still in charge and he's not backing down. >> translator: nobody has overturned me. i was compelled to leave ukraine due to a direct threat of my life
and hillary front nominations and the library will release about 5,000 pages of documents from the clinton white house. the documents include confidential advice given to president clinton including communications within first lady hillary clinton and the papers will be posted online by the national archives with paper copies being made available at the clinton library. more than 30,000 documents could soon be released. attorney general eric holder is resting at home this morning after spending some time in the hospital for chest pains on thursday. holder felt faint and short of breath during a meeting with staff members and treated for an elevated heart rate and told he is feeling better. southern california are bracing themselves for extreme weather conditions and mandatory evacuation is in effect for glendora and jesus and they have mud slides threatening homes and la may get 8" of rain in just two days and that is the amount of rainfall they get in a month causing mudslides and power outages and flash floods and nicole has a closer look of the situation out west and it has been too dra
detailing the inner workings of the clinton white house. >>> and rising waters force police to close roads, but it's a welcome sight to ease the drought. inside supreme court arguments posted online. >> ominous development developme ukraine. heavily armed men described as russian soldiers took up positions at airports and at a cost guard base in the crimea region. ukraine accusing russia as invading its territory. jennifer glass is live for us in the crimea capitol. jennifer, who are these armed men at the airport? who are they taking their orders from? >> reporter: they won't talk about who they are. tonight we have a new development. the air space in crimea is closed. no flights going in or out for the next 24 hours. we're not sure who these men are. there are no insignia on their uniforms. there are no license tags on their trucks. no identifying marks, paperwork, passes. if you ask them they won't say who they are. but we understand that they are russian troops. ththere is reports that as manys 2,000 russian troops may have come in the region in the last 24 hours. >> jennifer, i have t
the democrats running in 2014. it's the economy, stupid. halves something that came up when bill clinton was running in '92. president obama wants to say let's run on the economy and we'll make sure that people know that getting opportunity for all is the most important thing. and then of course trying to knock the republican party down a couple pegs by saying they're not opportunity for all, only for some. and that's the argument he'll layout today in his speech. >> let's talk about the vice president and the fact that he doesn't seem to be getting a lot of attention for his possible bid for 2016. >> the big reason is hillary clinton. everyone wanting to see what she wants to do. and of course joe biden might say i'm kind of the rodney dangerfield here, i'm not getting any respect whatsoever. but it's because hillary clinton is such a big star. and also look at the changing democratic party. i'm not sure going forward in the next 20 years or so that we'll see a lot of presidential nominees from the presidential party that are white men. the democratic party is in a totally different dir
giving an inside look at the clinton white house. the william jay clinton library covering everything from hillary clinton's healthcare task force to administration response. all documents have been made available to the public online. >>> many expecting to see ten inches of rain. mandatory evacuation orders were issued for some towns in fear of landslide. let's take you back a bit. in 1969 91 people were killed in landslides in that area. >> meteorologist: tony, a very impressive storm. you can hardly not see this storm right here. how big it is. of course we're concerned with what is happening here across parts of california. take a look at the most current radar summary. you can see we've had showers to the north. the heavier showers yesterday were to the north. now we're seeing the heaviest showers across the l.a. area and across that is causing major problems. san francisco, if you're traveling in and out of the airport, they're experiencing four-hour delays right now. these are rain totals that we've seen in the area. we've seen 3.82 in the last 24 hours. from los angeles in gen
clinton - documents from the clinton white house were made public and we had ipp sight into hillary's stormy relationship with the press core. as thee gears up, how real can she be, and not someone that hates the press. >> first of all, hillary clinton will be the strongest candidate that the democrats have. there's more ink written about hillary clinton than any other political figure. i don't think the documents will be released are going to matter. take rand paul. he's looking backwards, he's bringing up monica lewins key as an attack on hilary clinton. he's dredging that up. people don't want to hear about them, but want to hear about now. that's where hillary will have her issue. she needs to come up with what she's for and now, not things like in the past. it was rand paul looking back to monica lewinski. what must she do. what would she have to do to convince you? >> dade is right bringing up those issues are not what the campaign is about. people have made their decision. i think what this election for her will be about is where is obama come 2016. i mean, right now he is up
to be politically motivated lane closures. >>> all right, today, new documents expected from the clinton presidential library, 5,000 pages of previously unreleased papers, including confidential communications between former president bill clinton and his advisers and possible communications involving former first lady hillary clinton that could play a role if she decides to run in 2016. it's just the beginning, really. 25,000 more pages are expected in the coming weeks. >> people will be poring through these. >>> all right, breaking news overnight out of los angeles. former nfl star darren sharper has turned himself in to the lapd after police in new orleans obtained arrest warrants for him. sharper is facing rape charges in louisiana. he faces similar charges in california. last week in los angeles, he pleaded not guilty to drugging and raping two women. he is also under investigation in arizona and nevada, and miami beach police are investigating a sexual battery complaint against him. >>> all right, kerry kennedy's fate is now in the hands of a new york jury. the daughter of robert k
more than 4,000 documents from the clinton's presidency. including documents such as speeches, schedules and some with a humanized effort for hillary clinton, telling her to be relaxed. i'm morgan radford. those are the headlines.
really fit to lead? >> ridiculous. meanwhile, what's inside the files kept secret by the clintons for many years? they are about to be unsealed today. some of them are. what that might mean for hillary in 2016 coming up. >> watching kids play football, baseball. how about soccer? you can cheer but please keep it down. parents sent to time-out for cheering too loud. yeah, i'd ask what you think but i don't want you to make any noise and get you into trouble. it would be double secret type of probation thing. mornings are better with friends, i heard. >> it's richard simmons. the best exercise for your mind is "fox & friends." >> i'm going to silently cheer for you both all day. >> thank you. >> they do that in soccer already. they have one weekend on long island where you're not allowed to say a word on the sidelines. >> there is no freedom of cheer? >> it's players weekend. >> do people go? >> yeah because the kids need rides. >> do the players like it? >> they love it. i think the refs love it more than anything else. >> wait until you hear what's going on in idaho. it is a crazy
released. thousands of records from bill clinton's presidential library now in the public domain. >> every sunday night, al jazeera america brings you conversations you won't find anywhere else... >> your'e listening because you wanna see what happen... >> get your damn education... >> talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> oh my... >> rain is in the forecast for much of california. more rain has fallen there than more than a year. but with the rain come the risks of mudslides. the cities of glendale. >> talking about the storms coming along the coast. center of circulation still way our in parts of the pacific. rain though is starting to ease off just a little bit. we're watching band after band making its way over the shore. pushing through nevada, through the southern part. after that, we do get a break in the rain. but we expect to see another surge in the rain over the overnight hours. how is this going to play out and how is it going to affect the rest of the country? here we go, let's start tonight and put this into motion and tomorrow in the afternoon you can see rain sho
parallel reading of the situation in ukraine the best versus how the west season. clinton says you cannot blame us for what we are doing because he is telling that the west has legitimacy has all wrong. not oustedkovych was -- the constitution was not respected. they showed the letter at the u.n. yesterday, therefore they have not only legitimacy, but law on their side. legality. they cannot be blamed for what they are doing. secondly, the west is hypocritical, because they also act according to their own national interests and foreign policy premises, and they disguised as an act of international legitimacy. vladimir putin said look at what they did in afghanistan, iraq, and libya. they either interviewed without a international mandate cover or a mandate that they in -- interprovincial widely as to achieve their own specific ambitions of the region. whatd you, this squares vladimir putin said to angela merkel. she told president barack obama that he does not see it the way we will just view the world. >> what cannot be done is for to put with impunity, its soldiers on the ground and --l
as an international relations professor, your view of what hillary clinton said earlier this week comparing putin's actions in ukraine, the pretext that he invoked to what hitler did when he set a pretext for invading neighboring countries in the 1930s. this reported by buzz feed initially. is that a fair assessment. she wasn't specifically drawing a comparison between hitler and putin but talking about the pretext of going in to save russian speaking peoples. is that fair? >> i think that's not a particularly useful analogy and comparisons to hitler should be used very carefully. it's sort of typical of the foreign policy hyperbole we often get. great powers have various interests for intervening in other countries. they do that sometimes, the united states has done that. we're always pretty good at coming up with various rationales for doing it. again we don't have to like what russia did and our diplomacy should be organized around stabilizing the situation and hopefully reversing it. we have to recognize that they were doing this to defend what they regard as vital to national security intere
with a port authority. and later hillary clinton's stepping into the spotlight in a politically critical state. you're going to find out about her comments in florida and why they're making news today. so there i was again, explaining my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis to another new stylist. it was a total embarrassment. and not the kind of attention i wanted. so i had a serious talk with my dermatologist about my treatment options. this time, she prescribed humira-adalimumab. humira helps to clear the surface of my skin by actually working inside my body. in clinical trials, most adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority of people were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should test you for tb. ask you
women. he's been investigated in three other states. >>> the clinton library is preparing to release 33,000 pages of previously confidential records from bill clinton's presidency. the first four to 5,000 are set to go online this afternoon. the rest will be released over the next two weeks. >>> all right. i know it's busy in the morning, but you need to pay attention to this. do you remember this moment? we're going to play it now. in is at the state of the union. they say could be the longest standing ovation in history. sergeant cory remsberg. yesterday, we told you the story of his amazing recovery. we all say we support the troops, right? at that state of the union, the left and the right, they stood up and cheered. remember how they said they were united by him. here is the real deal. yesterday, the senate took up a bill for veterans like cory, $21 billion brought by independent bernie sanders. it was planned to improve veterans' access to health care. all things both parties say they should have. should have sailed through, right? senate republicans however tried to tack on addit
. welcome back to al jazeera america. thousands of secret document from bill clinton's presidential library in the dome april. first a look at the temperatures. >> we'll have a wide range of numbers. we'll feel the heat building. temperatures soaring into the request 70, and -- into the 70s, and 80s. contrast that where we stand in minneapolis. it feels a lot colder. if you step outside it feels like we are stepping at mines 20. windchill warnings in place. that will last early this afternoon. bundle up. temperatures here across the upper midwest ranging from 30 to 50 degrees. arctic air has not gone anywhere, it's cold across the north-east. 28 in cleveland and across the south. here is where the warmth lies. we have the temperatures in the low 50s. a little on the warm side. highs near 80. >> thank you. >> 911 calls from the traffic jam at the george washington bridge in new jersey were made public. hours of dispatch tape showed frustrations by drivers, police officers and emergency responders, struggling after a former aid to chris christie shut down the bridge leading to fort lee. it wa
. it was this day in 1994 that president bill clinton signed the brady bill. it sbrusd a waiting period and background -- introduced waiting period and background check for prospective gun buyers. it was named in honor of james brady, who was shot during the assassination attempt against ronald reagan. today, brady's wife will be on capitol hill to call on tighter gun-control laws. >>> in the meantime, today's events come as reagan's would-be assassin learns thate could spend less time in a d.c. psychiatric hospital. according to the "washington post," a federal judge has ruled that john hinckley jr. could spend as much as 17 days a month living with his mother in williamsburg, virginia. during his time in virginia, he would do volunteer work at a local hospital. he would also be allowed to drive unaccompanied in the town as long as he's going to treatment, to work, or to preapproved activities. >>> it is now 4:34. mental health and school security will be the focus of a sandy hook commission meeting scheduled for today. state and local law enforcement officials will meet with the commi
former secretary of state hillary clinton. >> thankfully, the governor of arizona has vetoed the discriminatory -- [ cheers and applause ] -- legislation that was passed. >> reporter: many leading businesses publicly opposed the bill, as did the nfl and major league baseball. even some legislators who first voted in favor of the bill eventually reversed their decisions, but some of those staunch supporters say this veto marks a sad day for arizona. charlie and norah? >> thanks, carter. >>> a federal judge ruled that a ban on same-sex marriage in texas is unconstitutional. voters approved the law in 2005. yesterday's ruling called marriage an individual right that voters cannot deny. texas attorney general greg abbott, who's running for governor as a republican, says he will appeal. 29 states have laws making same-sex marriage illegal. the texas decision will not be enforced until a higher court rules on the case. >>> a deadly plane crash in hawaii is under investigation this morning. the small aircraft went down last night on the island of lanai shortly after taking off. thr
. >> former president bill clinton is being honored in ireland. today he's in belfast where he'll open a school of leadership in his name at queens university. the institute is dedicated to his role in bringing peace to northern ireland. >> a new poll finds voters are warming to the idea of hillary clinton as president. the former first lady that not announce said she'll seek the top spot in 2016. 38% say there is a good chance they will vote for her. in 2008, one in two people said her ties to bill would hurt her chances. >> primary voters headed to the polls in texas to pick rick perry's replacement. wendy david easily picked up the democratic nod. in the texas senate race, john cordon beating tea party candidate steve stockman. >> south africa's blade runner oscar pistorius covered his ears and went with the first prosecution witness. the neighbor said she heard a woman screaming followed by the sound of gunshots. this does contradict his claim that he accidentally shot his girlfriend, thinking she was an intruder, a legal analyst warns this trial has a long way to go. >> as a prose
, barbara walters popped the question to vice president biden. if hillary clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision.
right, one of the most expensive salvage operations ever. >>> former secretary of state hillary clinton is still keeping quiet when it comes to a possible run for the white house in 2016. clinton answered questions about arizona and the unrest in ukraine but the highlight came at the end of the night when a student asked whether she would change her to be determined status on her twitter bio. >> well, i would really like to, but i have no characters left. i will certainly ponder that. >> i guess we will have to keep on waiting. early polls show clinton leading jeb bush and marco rubio in home states in a possible 2016 matchup. >>> new video shows justin bieber struggling after a sobriety test. the video taken at the miami beach police station. at one clip bieber appears to stumble and tries to walk carefully. bieber's lawyers and prosecutors will be in court next week to discuss whether they are ready to proceed to a trial. >>> one oakland outfielder making a spectacular home run saving catch. take a look as mike morris hits it deep but josh reddick was in no mood to watch it fly by. he
years, there was a cutting of taxing during clinton and the republicans worked together. this president is not doing that. the budget does not represent what i would like to see. our kids and grandkids will pay for this. i trillion dollars in the budget. 90% of the current federal budget that could be cut out i mean thecaller: revenue that we bring in, 10% should be the maximum that we have on any kind of budget. you mentioned education spending. here is what reuters says will be in the budget. obama will renew his call for universal pre-kindergarten and expanding the head start program. your thoughts on those proposals? caller: if you have ever looked to education, it says when kids are younger they need to do more experimental things been in the classroom. the problem with younger kids when they are in lower economics, they need to be raised properly. a lot of the major problems we find with kids that come from low income families is that they do not understand even the basic alphabet. those things are great for them to be trained. once they come to the classroom him if they have been
clinton, a lot was done during election years, things like welfare reform, balanced budgets and things like that. i think we can. >> do you have a favorite for the nominee for 2016? would you consider it? >> among the democrats or among the republicans. >> who do you like in the democrats? >> look, i don't know what they're going to end up with. i don't think it's going necessarily going to be hillary clinton. >> really? >> yes. i think there's a populous element in the party that's going to likely give her a run for her money in a primary should she run. our side it's going to be wide open. we have a lot of great candidates who have talked about running. i want to get through 2014 first. that's my focus. getting the majority in the united states senate i think changes the dynamic in this town. it enables us to get work done. i believe it will get the president to come to the table and work with us on some of these pro-growth policies we talked about that are desperately needed. it creates momentum for 2016 for republicans. >> is it wide open, is that different than it was before? chri
-pass it again three years later. then it was signed by president clinton and became law. and acted 20 years ago. the one thing i want to do is encourage everybody in the future that is working on this important issue -- it is important. to include all sales and background checks. you have just heard the reason why. theeral examples of it -- internet and gun shows. i want to encourage everybody that just because there's a public outcry does not mean that we are going to get a bill passed. it takes work and it takes time. it takes persistence. with that, we will win again. i have no doubt whatsoever. it will be a proud day and i want come back over here the day passes. i promise i will not leave until then. [applause] wanted me to give everybody a big hello. he is sorry he could not be here today. it is a little hard for him to travel anymore. for those of you who helped us, thank you so very much. for those of you on the brady staff, the president and everybody else who is working on --now, i see they have got we're going to win and finish the job. thank you. [applause] sarah.k you, one of the m
anchor for the blaze.com. kiki mclean is a democratic strategist who worked for bill and hillary clinton's campaigns and in the clinton white house. kiki, you first. is putin bullying barack obama, putting the proverbial thumb in his eye? >> well, i have to tell you, i do think there are people who are better equipped to go through the psychological profile of putin and what he means and doesn't mean by this, but he's clearly taking a stand and has been known to take stands that don't necessarily demonstrate the best interest of the people he purports to lead. i think that president obama made very clear yesterday what the united states reaction would be to that and it's important to remember that that's not a reaction in isolation. we have many allies in europe who care what's happening there. i suspect president obama will be a leader in helping making sure that we're working together with those allies. >> amy, yesterday, the president said that this was about giving people the right to govern themselves. is that what this is about, or is this about a strategic takeover of a region tha
clinton. [applause] but i digress. now, as you heard from my friend, jeff lord, gerald ford to a very weak democratic candidate named jimmy carter. to win in 1980 and in 1984 to my two of the biggest landslides in modern history -- i would remind karl , the popular vote and the electoral college. [applause] having campaigned personally for reagan in 1976 and in 1980, i want you to listen to me. i feel certain he would be enormously proud of you. in fact, i bet he would have been thrilled to stand before you right here and thank you for all you are doing, and all you , and congratulate you on this fifth anniversary of the tea party. is appropriate to end my comments with a truism from president reagan, which is the last paragraph of my book, "liberty and tyranny," which most of you have heard by now, but i will repeat it anyway for those who have not. reagan wrote and said this many times. freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. ourid not pass it to children in the bloodstream. it must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. or one day we wil
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